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I r KF To be Married This Spring? Hf i You nhould (five her that engacemcnt ring fgii at nnre ll'l a girl' deare( prmmion and kak you rani realize how badly he wants it. p We have mounted a lot of medium priced ??'j aolit.iirirt, particularly chosen for engage- aatV ment ring. $21.00 and up. $? ,""".ESTA1USHI0 - T. - lilMAIN ST. - SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. I CALIFORNIA I I lfcii afiP1 VMfv $50.00 Round Trip Daily H Elk Low Rates Feb. 6th I Sunshine, Fruit and Flovtfers M Within Twenty -four Hours of H , your very door. It's Qm pi MM H 1 for rest tind lecreutioii, health jjH and pleasure. I-Khlno-, QolBBff, jjB a utoiiK iiii i i nir. Yachting uul jjH other out -door sports imt y ho M indulged in every day in tin- H winter. For full information, H write to H KENNETH C. KERR JJH Dintrict Paengrl ::cnl jjH Salt Lake City, Utah ' J aaaaal A TnT sVTTO Advice at to patent - BBafl PA FN IN -b.lily and Procedure m i rv i Liii i u FREE upon rwpit H Send aketch aad deicriptioa nf tour intention. JJH Harry J. Robiaoea, Attorney at Law and Solicitor jjH l Pateati, 304-S Jodi. Baildiai, Salt Ukt City jjH Tin January number of the Kali- jjH road K'-il Hook, a monthly publication jjH IhhuisI by the Denver A Itio (iraudc jjH Railroad company, Is a storehouse of jjH accurate inforinatlou I lint hIuhiIiI he In jjH the hands of every westerner, to H , whom the special articles. Home sixty jjH tti number, will prove not only In- H structlve, but Intensely Interesting; H A while from an advertising standpoint, H every copy placed lu the hands of a H prospective honieseeker will prove of H benellt to the rapidly growing settle- H Jl uienis tributary to this road. The I work of the reclamation service In Colorado, Utah. Idaho and Nevada In portrayed In an Interesting manner naaaajj by C. J. Hlanc-hard; the rapid progress H being made In the minim; Industry, H agriculture, horticulture, stock raising fH and other Industries of this Iti'ermouu- J tain reKion Is shown In special artl- cles by writers who are conversant jjp I with the real conditions, making one )K. of the most Interesting numbers of the Ited Hook ever Issued To Shut Out Nolae. jlj To shut out the various small noise jH ' It which so annoy and distract one en- P A , Raged In study or other work demand- jf Ing concentration, try the Fourth of jfl July "stunt" of stuffing the ears with jjHI cotton. This is far moro effective jHn than stopping the clocks and exiling l the H Elks' Excursion to California. jBl ) Via Salt Lake Itouie. February C. jH j Thirty days, 113 dollars, N scenes. If jH Interested, see any Salt Lake Route H, f agent, in jH, Secretary, 9u t Lake pity. Moating, II bathing, orange grove trips. V - SELF CONTROL ANO PROQRE8S. W J jjBH Vital Truths as Set Forward by An H clent Philosopher. BBS Where then Is progress" If any of B8WJ you. withdrawing himself from exter- jnuH nals, turns to his own will to exerclsa IrVJOt It and to improve It by labor, so M to ';ZB make It conformable to uature, elevat- i ' I ed, free, muesli allied, unimpeded. e'ofjl faithful, modest; and If be has learned ?that he who desires or avoids the things which are not lu his power can neither be faithful nor free, but ol necessity he must change with tbem . and be tossed about with them as In avta a tempest, and of necessity must suh- ' 1$ Jt himself to others who have the ".',. power to procure or prevent what he 'C&P'- desires or would avoid; finally, when dB J be rises In the morning, If ho observes li and keeps these rules, bathes as a fc, !'. man of fidelity, eats as a modest man; T' In like manner, If lu every matter that a.-, occurs he works out his chief prlncl- 7 ' S a pies as the runner doer with refer- , e ence to running, and the trainer of the $ ' voice with refereuce to the voice X&(r: this Is the man who truly makes prog- ff':P5! resa. Eplctetus. K Objectionable. jABBJU "I wouldu' objeck to de man dat 9i$m keeps talkln' all de time," said SBfigEB Uin .e "(-is . "If he dldn' Insls' on baHB th'owlu' In a question every ten nun JH utes or so dat you's got to answer to HJHB show you's keupin' awake." Washing. JfUfxl ton Btar. HH Nearest Perpetual Motion. HH The man who Invented the gas H meter has Just died. He takes hit HH place as coming the nearest to dale to H solving the proulem of perpetual luo- K Uon. Hartford Cuurant. i PIBsStBHa? Mr. Barnes, American By Archibald Havering Canter A Sequel to ; Mr. Barnes of New York 0 Author of "Mr. Rartion of Now York." "Mr. Poltor of Tonat," "That Fronchman." Etc L J Cupmalit. IW7 ihxiii Mead a (Ju.. N, v. SYNAPSIS. Tiiirtnn IT nnrnoa. n wenlthv Amortcnn tourlna Cm i icues the young Rng i lieutenant, Rdward Qerard Anatrutn er. ninl bin Corsican brlrje, M.n.ni. daugnur "f the Paoila. from the mur rloroua vendetta, umb-rstnnillng Hint Ms reward is in be the hand of ti. girl ha loves, Bnld Anatruther, sister or the Eng lish limit, nnnl The four My from Aim--rio to Marselllas on board the French st earner Constantino The vendetta pur sjis unit as ths auartel art aboul to board tlie iniln for London al Marseilles, Marina is iiatuteii u mysterious note which rniisoM her in collapse and ne il t -ii. . a postponement of tin. Journey. Barnes gets part of the mysterious note nnrt receives lettnrs which Inform libit ilia ha la marked by im- vendetta He SDiploya mi American detective and plans to beat tie vombutn nt their own game. Tor the purpose of securing i1'1 safety of the women Barnes arranges to have Lady Chartrki lease aecludml illn al Nice to wlili h tlie party Is to ! taken In n yacht s)usil. ion Is created thai Miirlmi la In leauuc with the Corslcans, A man. biliooe1 to be Corregln Danella, la acen paaslsir the hount and Marina Is thought to hao gUen bim n sign Ma rina, rofusea to explain to nnmea which fact uilda to hie latent suspicions Barnes' f "Inns for tho safety of the party are nHrneii by the Oorstcans. The carriage carrying their psrtv to thn lmnl I in. iii Is followed by two men One of the tmrsoniHn la auppiiii-.l to be Corragto They try to murder the American The conk on lie va- hi a I Jl i in luiinn la sua pected of complicity In the plot, The party nni-hnrs hi Ht TroUQSJ, The yacht la followed ii a aninll boat. Ttie conk Is deteeted giving algnnla to the boat Barnes attempts to throw him overboard, but ia preventni by Marina anil Bnld The conk Is found to be Innocent of the anppoaad plot anil la forgiven The party arrive at Nice nnd Mini Lady Chartrta and her daughter MhiuI domiciled In the a llln rented with Humes' money Harries Is nmaied to find that Count Corrsjglo is at Nice and la acting the rnle of uilmlnr to t.ndy Chiirtrls Iturnea and Bnld make nrrnmri'inenta for their mnrrluge The net tlKbtenn abrmt Itarnea. He re rolvet. a note from I .a Belle Blackwood, the American adventuresa. Burnea heara that Klllnh Emory, hla detective, baa been murderad by the Coraicana. Me laarna that the man auppoaeil to tie Cor reclo. who followed the party on ttn-lr way to the boat, was Sallcctl, a nephew Sf the count, and that Count Corregln hnd been In Nice for aonoi time prior to the partv'a arrival The count warns Barnea not to marry Knld unleee he would have her alao Involved In the nun deroua feud. CHAPTER IX. The Coming of Danella. At the morning meal Karoos finds the rest of tho party growing excited over the approaching ceremony, and Maud telling them about her maid-of-honor dress. "You'll have to lend me a pair of silk stockings, Enid," cries the putative Infant. "I don't think I have any bang up enough for the ceremony. They should be corkers. Mine show, yourB don't." This oration la Interrupted by Lady chart i is saving. Insinuatingly "Cou sin Burton, you must have had a pret ty long chat with the minister. I waited for you las. evening till half past 11." A aly giggle from Maud sets Enid's blue eyes ablaze, though there's a whimper on her aweet lips. "Yes, lota of details,'' replies Barnes, casually. "Did you have a pleasant outing with Clp, Cousin Pru nella?" "Of course I did, with such a cava lier." "You Invited Co-int Danella to my wedding?" asks the American abruptly. "Of course I did," cries the widow, rapturously "He accepted Immedi ately; said he was very anxious to meet you." "The pleasure will be mutual," ob serves Burton, grimly. Enid and her brother look at each other solemnly, but Marina's face, when she learns that ClpriAao Danella has accepted the Invitation to ik. nuptials becomes ao serious that i Barnes, after breakfast, takaa bar has band aside and saya: "Have you found out about that accuraatd letter?" "No, she bogged me not to aai her i She sobbed It was for say happlneaa HUM 1 didn't know. You'll soon 41a cover, Barnes." remarks Edwin moodi ly, "that you cannot do much with a bride when she turns on the hose and I washes the matrimonial decks." This reminds Burton that he had better not start his married life with a secret, and getting Enid alone with him, which Isn't very difficult, he brief ly, but pointedly, tells his fiancee of his interview with la Belle Blackwood. "Oh, I'm so glad you told me ao glad she's not all bad!" exclaims the girl, rewinding him with so rapturous a kiss that he is delighted he refused Sally's farewell salute "I I learned from Maud that you had received a letter from her," she adda, hesitat ingly. "You didn't doubt me?" Thla laaues In stem reproach from the lips of the American "Oh, no, but but no secreta from tne, please," she entreats. "There's PUMljolBiawiMjaniaaiienaiBHaaW no rea? love) without a little Jealousy: then shudders: "And so those villains , killed poor Emory?" "I'm afraid so," answers her lover, and his tone grows very solemn. "Yon see how remorselessly, how craftily we are pursued, that the haven of ' safety I had planned for you, dear one, when I left you to put those , I devils forever out of the way, Is now known to them. You remember the awful threat against any woman who weds me. You've you've no wish to I delay our marriage?" His eyes are i i very eager. Her eyes answer his with equal pas slon. "No, on the contrary," answers the resolute English girl, "I am re- 1 solved more than ever." "Then may (lod never forgive me If I don't save you from all harm," mut j tors (he coming husband. "Yet we must take all precautions. Just try nnd see If you cannot do better than I your brother." "How?" asks Bold, eagerly. "The knowledge of the contents of that totter tg Marina may bo vital. ! not only for the happiness of her hus band and herself, but perhaps to Un safely of all of us See If you cannot In some woman's way get the Informa tion of what It contained " About an hour nfter this, Enid re turns and remarks disappointedly: "Not a word from Marina except that ' It was something entirely between her and her husband; that we would dls (over some day." Then she blushlngly ! usks: "Where are you going to take i nie after marriage?" This Is a proposition upon which Haines bus been racking his brain j He says, meditatively: "Supposing i you anil I go out on the yacht?" "Whnt, ulone together? Delightful. j romantic!" "Not entirely. I shall take Graham i and throe seamen, to sail the schoon- ! er. Wu'll only he away two or three ! duvs." "Two or three days of happiness," i whispers the girl, radiantly, and runs awuy to prepare for her coming nup tials. Barnes's own preparations occupy li 1 in most of the time till the cere mony, though he contrives to discuss I his yachting plans with Edwin. "All right," answers the sailor, "Graham can take rare of the schooner as well as I. You leave mo the bal ance of the Jackies and I'll guarantee everything's nil a-taut when you come Into port. I shall take no cruises Into Nice. I have enough here to make me huppy." "If Emory should by any chance turn up," remarks Barnes, "keep him with you to help you." They ure interrupted by the French cook, who has come on shore In the I dingy hearing a mugnlticent wedding cake that he has manufactured lu Lana33 wjwaawawjwwjwwHMaoVwB.MH "Have You Found Out About That Accursed Letter?" tho schooner's galley. "My offering to your bride," remarks the culinary artist. "This will be the crowning glory of your noces, Monsieur Barnes. I am to cook for you on your wedding cruise. I must walk into V'tllofranche to not supplies." The American Is minded to call him back and caution the fellow to have a quiet tongue, but Maud breaks In upon him in all the glories of her child maid of honor frock, crying: "The notary Is here and the minister has arrived " Seoa after the party assembles In the parlor, which has been decked wMfc the Bowers of southern France, 1 and Mlse Aaatrwthar comes down to tkem looking In her fresh beauty, wtUi her modest blua eyes filled with love, very bridelike. She Is in an ex- i qulslte summer yachting costume, all I laoe and sheer muslin, through which her fair arms and shoulders gleam like chiselled Ivory. A hat of white plumes and ribbons graces her golden hair. "I didn't put on an evening gown," she whispered, "ao I'm ready to go on hoard, Burton, lmmddlately after the ceremony." "My heavens no bridal veil," flut tera Lady Chart ris; then she cries In a tone of dismay; "and Count Clprl ano Is late." But without waiting for him, the English divine having made the neces sary official arrangements aw prescrib ed by the French law, the civil con tract Is hastily signed before the no tary, Edwin acting as Enid's guardian and giving his formal consent. Then what la to Miss Anatruther her real wedding begins, tho sacrament of the English church. She standing be fore the divine, giving her assent modestly, but very firmly, Barues mak ing the responses ardently and deter minedly, and thinking even aa he puts the ring upon his bride's finger: "It la a kind of curious feeling, getting ..... ....:." pocket ready 1O1 business" A moment later tho usual congratu lations and kisses have been given, the party are about to turn to the dining-room, whore the wedding supper is spread, there to drink the bride's health before she flits away. But their ste,,8 are stayed by thn sound of prancing steeds announcing the coming of the belated yet only Invited guest. "Oh, at last! But you are late," cries Prunella, ecstatically, as she runs Into the hall. "Just time, ''mint Clprluno, to toast the bride." "Yes, an unfortunate accident to my horses," enters to t'.iem In a soft, j southern voice from the hallway, ', where Prunella Is Interviewing the I cavalier she has been waiting for so eagerly. As this takes place, Edwin whlB- pers; "I'll keep my eye on the beg- j gar." "And I'll talk to the gentleman as ' soon ns I can get a chance, and If ho doesn't give me a clean bill of health" The rest of Barnes's speech Is Inter rupted by the entry of the object of their suspicions. Count Clprlano greets the company with extreme po liteness. Upon the ceremony Marina had" looked with a vry pale face, but now I wo hectic spots flame In either cheek as she returns the salute of Danella, who murmurs: " 'Tls years since I saw you the little girl poor Musso loved. You have grown into a beauti ful woman you who were my dead brother's ward." But soon after, as the champagne sparkles, the count toasts the bride very gallantly, remarking on her youthful English beauty. "Slgnoro Barnes should bo a very happy man." j he whispers to her, nnd goes on chat- ! ting so unaffectedly and pleasantly that Knld, who hnd looked upon his titi ance as If he were Mephisto him self, begins to think this pleasant voiced hut vivacious-mannered gentle man Is not so dangerous as she sub pected. Dressed In the deep mourning of t southern France, the high Corsican hat he still carries In his hand lends plcturesqueness to Clprlnno's costume. Notwithstanding his somber garb, soon the gentleman is laughing with I.ady C'hartrls; Maud driving her mother distracted by crying: "I'm only 11, but I'm as tall as the bride, ain't I,(raaninia, dear'.'" and standing up back to back with Enid, making a great Juvenile display of baby waist and pink silken stockings. It's her hig'h heeled slippers," cries her mother, angrily. "The deceitful child Is 3tandlng on tip-toe!" "Ma fol, la petite Is anxious to be married herself," smiles Clprluno. "Ain't I?" cries Maud, merrily. "Ask mamma for me, count." "Oh, mercy, the champagne hna gone to the minx's head," gasps Lady ChartrlB, savagely. But Correglo has again devoted his attention to Marina. As well he may; her dark, liquid eyes carrying in their depths the passion of the south, yet always seeming to ask this man a pathetic question one his orbs refuse to answer, though several times there Is bo amorous a gleam In them that the young English husband would like to take their own er by the throat. At the first opport unity, while 1" ladles are gathered about Enid talk Ing to her of her yachting cruise. Barnes says to Danella: "A few words In private with you, please, count." "Certainly. I was about to request that myself," remarks Clprlano. "Perhaps the garden would be more secluded," and the American, ready for action, keeping his eye upon his visitor, politely opens the door and bows him out Into tho grounds. His visitor walks well Into the shade of the orange ad citron treeB, passing to where a rift In tho foliage permits a view of the boat landing, which In the coming night Is now hardly dis cernible. Here he pauses carelessly, his brilliant orbs occasionally directed toward the water. A moment later he observes quietly: "Your wedding made mo sad. Slgnore." (TO BE CONTINUED.) To Clean Window Shades. We have all beard tho story of the woman who told the new maid to wash the curtains, meaning the lace ones, and came Into the kitchen Just In time to discover tho newest window shades melting in the boiler. But we do not all know that when shades are merely dust soiled the surface can be I freshened by the application of hot I corn meal. The shade should first be spread out flat an a large table and the meal rubbed In with a circular mo tion of the palm. Then If rubbed gen tly with a soft, dry cloth the meal and the dual It has absorbed will be re moved without loavlng any trace ol either. Country Life In America. Sadness Is Penalty of Humor. All the great humorists are aad Cervantes, Mollere, Swift, Sterne, Heine, Rlchter, Balzac, Dickens for sadness Is the penalty which nature has annexed to that deep- searching knowledge of life we call humor. Hence Is the tragedy of literature. If the man did not weep sometimes, we would cease to laugh at his Jests in the end he weeps too much, and then we talk of the failure of art! Michael Monahan In Papyrus. What She Should Do. They were Intereated only In their own affairs and didn't seem to care who heard tbem. Cave me the Icy elbow on Main street yesterday, didn't you?" he began. "Cross my heart, I didn't mean to," she replied. I Jual didn't see you. "Hut you looked right at me." "Can't help It, I didn't sea you." "Huh! Well, If you didn't you ought to go to one of these octoguuar lana aud get your eyea axed" pmh i . wmmmimimammvmmmmmmm NORTHWEST NOTES Former Judge Gordon, arrestr-d at Tacoma for alleged embezzlement nt Spokane, gave bonds In the sum of f20.0O0, and will demand Immediate .'rial. John H. Horner, proprietor of the I otel at Deltz. VV'yo., dropped dead on January 2ft. from heart disease. HOT tier was well known In hotel circles f I'tah. Wvomlng and Montana. The Butte Miners' union Is raising i fund for a monument to the late ieorge A. rettlbone of Orchard mur ler-trlnl fame. Subscription lists are -till open. The shaft. It Is Bald, will 'ie raised in Denver. Sterilization of the criminal Insane is the object of one of the Imporlant measures Introduced In the Oregon legislators), The measure 1b being ad Micated by many physicians, and It Is arousing unusual interest. A richly dressed woman was found lace tows In a skiff half filled with water, floating In the bay at Seattle The only clue to the Identity of the v- onian was a delicately tattooed bracelet, on the left aim with the word "Milly" on It. It Is believed Ilia! Or II L. Stuart. who Wl Ocean Rprlncs. Miss, In Marc'4, 1007, for the gold fields of N'evada. has perished in the desert Yhe last word received of I'r. Stua't vas from Wellington, near Walker Lake, and Itenn. After a prolonged debate the Ore gon senate refused to memorallze congress to adopt measures for the suppression of polygamy. Republican i-itiibeis declared that I'tah, the Mate alined at. Is rapnble of taking ( are of the question WntlaSI Rocket t of Fall River, Mass , formerly employed nt the Utah Construction company OB the Westerr Pacific railroad, was found dead sit ilng upright in a chair In a hack loom of a saloon In Reno, Nevada The cause of death Is unknown. At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the Colorado Federation ol Women's clubs In Denver, Mrs. Adrlanna Hungerford, president ol the Colorado W. C. T. U., charged that polygamy was being practiced openly it, the southern portion of the stale Because of financial buses and poor health, H. I). Cough, state organizer for the Woodmen of the World, nnd well known In Montana, made a des I crate but probably unsuccessful at tempt to commltt suicide at Living ston, slnshlng his wrists and throat. The Central Colorado Electric Pow- r company has closed a conrtact for 1 ulldlng the Baker reservoir dam lu Boulder county at a cost of (i0,0i0. I'he new dam will be the largest In Colorado and will Impound 500,000, 000 cubic feet of water. It will be I 180 feet high and C50 feet long on the crest. The first serious mishap on the Montana Northern Pacific as a result (it the high water caused by the warm weather of last week, and ibe o .mse quent melting of the heavy snowfall, i ccurred at Eddy, Mont., Wfieo 120 teei of track was washed out and through! heavy train service brought to a standstill. P. S. Hanson, head carpenter of the Meyer & Chapman bank In the course ( 1 construction In Red Ixidge, Mont., -vns Instantly killed bv the door and framework of the vault, weighing 2800 pounds, falling on him. The accl deni occurred while Hanson was talk ing tO the wife of one of the owners of the building. It develops that W L. Seeley, who killed his wife and daughter af Seat tle, and then committed suicide, had iiached the end of his means, had borrowed money, saw no way 1o pay It back, and let false pride keep him from making linown his desperate linanrlnl straits to his friends or rela tives, and ended the struggle. The trial of George Frankhauser at Helena on the charge of robbing a Great Northern train near Pondo in September, 1007, Is. now on. The evi deuce adduced tends to show tho presence of Frankhauser and his al leged companion In rrlme, McDonald, in the vicinity of Rondo Immediately prior to the sensational affair. Radical changes are proposed by t-portsmen In easlern Washington as amendments to tho new code of laws lor the protection of game to be sub mltled to the legislature, now In ses sion at Oyympla, by tho Washington Stale Game and Fish Protective asso ciation. Governor B. B-. IHrooks, as cum-inander-ln-chlef of the Wyoming ml '.Itla, has reappointed Adjutant-Gen-c rul P. A. Gatchell and Assistant Ad jutant-General W. R. Schnltger. Tho remainder of the staff was reap i, ni in .il with one or two minor ex ceptlons. With his bride of three months, whom he married In the Jail, cllnglnf) to his arm and sobbing convulsively Tony Clark, found guilty of one of t in, most daring saloon holdups In tin hlBtory of Butte, was sentenced to nineteen years in the Deer Lodgs penitentiary. Robert Spauldlng, a janitor, wai killed In an elevator accident In th city hall In Tacoma. He was In th freight cage beneath the passengei cage of the elevator, and the operatot vas not aware of his presence. Al the elevator started Spauldlng waa caught and his skull crushed. John T. Burns, becretary of tho hoard of control of the Transmlssourl Dry Farming congress, has sent a letter lO President Roosevelt urging the president to request members of the Country Life commission to at tend tho sessions of the Dry Farming congress at Clnyenne, February 25. aroeiaaoieaiii in ' - " nwwaai OFTEN THE CASE. Women Struggle Hopeleaaly Along, Suffering Backache, Dizzy Spells, Languor, Etc. ali) Women have so much to go through in life that It's a pity there is bo much I mmm 8"n'lrlnK from back- j wj "kJ ache other t Eaatarl '""" r"nlll, kidney ' BbjSsBal '""' ,f V"" sl,nVr TT -jH I"0"1 by this worn- "j Wfi, lTCiflaal Bnfl exaniple: Mrs. V njjntt 'i5k v'flj Martin Douglass, r,2 , , lEtWa5$l M ,v,ll,r Sl Kingston, V M PhSSshRjI n v' Bays: ' '''"' " ak ' OSOTf " lame, aching back, y . . ' ' dizzy spells, head- aches, and a feeling of languor. Pnrt of the time I could not attend to my work and Irregularity of the kidney secretions was annoying. Doan's Kid ney Pills brought me prompt relief." Sold by all dealers. BOc a box. Fob-ter-Mllbuin Co., Duftalo, N. Y. AN IMPROVEMENT. ...ii I iii ii ?jm. ?f In . raffia. . w, ': ' lljWf: I I J L - i ayayac ,3. ' c ' KB Bgfc ''.; A new Hallowe'en game. In which I peach is used Instead of an apple. 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